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ESV Gospels By Christopher Lupo
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Adapted from the English Standard Version (ESV) translation excluding chapters, verses, subheading, and notes
Catechism Explanation - ESV By Evangelical Lutheran Synod
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Dr. Martin Luther’s Small Catechism serves as the basic instruction book of the Lutheran church. Students of the Catechism should be led to see the importance of the truths from God’s... More > Word for their lives and should grow in their deep appreciation for all that the Lord Jesus Christ has done as the Savior. To help students understand the chief parts set forth in Luther’s Small Catechism, a series of questions and answers has been devised in a chapter by chapter study. The Lutheran Church through the years has called this teaching aid an Explanation. The Evangelical Lutheran Synod now offers its third edition of An Explanation of Dr. Martin Luther’s Small Catechism. [This edition includes proof passages translated in the English Standard Version (ESV).]< Less
Westminster Shorter Catechism with Proofs (ESV) By Robert B. Balsinger
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In 1647 the Westminster Assembly published this catechism as an aid to learn Protestant Christian doctrine. This edition contains the original catechism and Scripture proofs from the new English... More > Standard Version of the Holy Bible. Also included is an index of subjects from the questions and answers. The editor left much room for notes on each page.This is the first volume of a planned three volume set of the Westminster Standards. Volume Two (Larger Catechism) should be available Fall 2007. Inquiries should be addressed to rbalsinger@sbcglobal.net Subject: Westminster Project. Sola Deo Gloria.< Less
Westminster Shorter Catechism with Proofs (ESV) By Robert B. Balsinger
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In 1647 the Westminster Assembly published this catechism as an aid to learn Protestant Christian doctrine. This edition contains the original catechism and Scripture proofs from the new English... More > Standard Version of the Holy Bible. Also included is an index of subjects from the questions and answers. The editor left much room for notes on each page.This is the first volume of a planned three volume set of the Westminster Standards. Volume Two (Larger Catechism) should be available Fall 2007. Inquiries should be addressed to rbalsinger@sbcglobal.net Subject: Westminster Project. Sola Deo Gloria.< Less
Title Page E.S.V. Davenport: The Battle for Outpost 30 By J D Barlow
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Imagine a future in which Earth has achieved peace and harmony, only to have it taken away by an alien race whose driving force is the destruction of mankind. Join the crew of the ESV Davenport on... More > her mission to serve and protect the citizens of Earth.< Less
Title Page E.S.V. Davenport: The Battle for Outpost 30 By J D Barlow
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Imagine a future in which Earth has achieved peace and harmony, only to have it taken away by an alien race whose driving force is the destruction of mankind. Join the crew of the ESV Davenport on... More > her mission to serve and protect the citizens of Earth.< Less
Book 15 Bible Translations HC By Kurt Jurgensmeier
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What is the best Bible? Because of the myriad of Bible translations, Christians have wondered. Against much popular opinion, we defend the following: • Dynamic... More > “thought-for-thought” translations (NIV, NLT) are superior to more literal “word-for-word” translations (NASB, ESV). • More “literal” Bible translations often fail in a critical part of accurate translation: producing good contemporary English. • The criticisms of even great men like John Piper, John MacArthur, and J. I. Packer against dynamic Bible translations are either exaggerations, errors, and/or even slanderous against the word of God. • When a Scripture writer is addressing all Christians, it is a good thing to translate the meaning as “brothers and sisters” instead of just “brothers.” • The updated NIV is the overall best translation, the NLT a very good one, and the ESV an unnecessary one. We also provide a chapter offering some suggestions and commentary regarding the best tools for studying and interpreting Scripture.< Less
Book 15 Bible Translations PB By Kurt Jurgensmeier
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What is the best Bible? Because of the myriad of Bible translations, Christians have wondered which one is best. This question has become especially controversial because the publisher of the most... More > popular translation in the world, the NIV, decided to create a “gender-inclusive” text. Against much popular opinion, we defend the following: • Dynamic “thought-for-thought” translations (NIV, NLT) are superior to more literal “word-for-word” translations (NASB, ESV). • More “literal” Bible translations often fail in a critical part of accurate translation: producing good contemporary English. • The criticisms against dynamic Bible translations are either exaggerations, errors, and/or even slanderous against the word of God. • Gender inclusive language is an improvement in most cases. We also provide a chapter offering some suggestions and commentary regarding the best tools for studying and interpreting Scripture.< Less
Differences Between Bible Versions: EPUB By Gary F. Zeolla
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This book answers such questions as: Why do Bible versions differ? Why does the same verse read differently in different versions? Why do some versions contain words, phrases, and even entire verses... More > that other versions omit? Which Bible versions are most reliable? This book contains extensive discussions on why the author believes either a literal or a formal equivalence (“word-for-word”) translation principle is the best method to use for translating the Bible. These principles of translating are contrasted with the dynamic equivalence (“phrase for phrase”) and paraphrase methods seen in many modern Bible versions. This book includes detailed discussions on why the author believes the Majority Text is the most accurate of the three Greek texts used in Bible translation. This book also contains an extended section critiquing the claims of “KJV-onlyists.” In addressing these various issues, this Third Edition of "Differences Between Bible Versions" compares forty different versions of the Bible.< Less
Differences Between Bible Versions (paperback) By Gary F. Zeolla
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This book answers such questions as: Why do Bible versions differ? Why does the same verse read differently in different versions? Why do some versions contain words, phrases, and even entire verses... More > that other versions omit? Which Bible versions are most reliable? This book contains extensive discussions on why the author believes either a literal or a formal equivalence (“word-for-word”) translation principle is the best method to use for translating the Bible. These principles of translating are contrasted with the dynamic equivalence (“phrase for phrase”) and paraphrase methods seen in many modern Bible versions. This book includes detailed discussions on why the author believes the Majority Text is the most accurate of the three Greek texts used in Bible translation. This book also contains an extended section critiquing the claims of “KJV-onlyists.” In addressing these various issues, Differences Between Bible Versions compares forty different versions of the Bible.< Less

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